[OS X Emacs] Re: NSEmacs: copying and pasting long lines without the backslash

Lloyd Zusman ljz at asfast.com
Sat Nov 1 22:05:18 EDT 2008

Lloyd Zusman <ljz <at> asfast.com> writes:

> I'm using "NSEmacs" under Mac OS 10.5. This is emacs version
> I want to be able to type long lines in emacs and then select them
> in a such way so that when I copy and paste them into a different
> application, each long line gets copied as is, without being split
> and without the backslash character at the end of each of the split
> lines.
> [ ... ]

I just now found the answer: I just need to invoke the function
`ns-copy-including-secondary'. It copies the marked region into the
Mac's paste buffer. This function is part of the underlying NeXTStep
(GNUStep) code that's used within NSEmacs.

 Lloyd Zusman
 ljz at asfast.com
 God bless you.

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